The New York Jets re-signed their best receiver and best offensive player this offseason, and got him at a great price, too.
Santonio Holmes wanted to return to New York, so he took a pay cut and signed with the Jets for five years and $50 million.
Holmes is one of the league's top receivers and has won a Super Bowl MVP award, so getting him for about $10 million a year seems like a great price for the Jets.
Quarterback Mark Sanchez is still young and on the path to developing into a good quarterback. Keeping a great wideout like Holmes around will help speed up that process.
Holmes pairs very well with new Jet Plaxico Burress, and the combination of those two will be better than the duo of Holmes and Braylon Edwards from last season.
The Jets have made a number of savvy moves the past few offseasons, and should be in Super Bowl contention for many years to come.